Grateful Dead Live at Charlotte Coliseum on 1989-10-22
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New Minglewood Blues
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Queen Jane Approximately
Ramble On Rose
Beat It On Down The Line
Johnny B. Goode
Samson And Delilah
Help On The Way ->
Franklin's Tower ->
I Need A Miracle ->
Stella Blue ->
Throwing Stones ->
Not Fade Away
Black Muddy River
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|New Minglewood Blues|
|Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo|
|Queen Jane Approximately|
|Ramble On Rose|
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|Johnny B. Goode|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Help On The Way ->|
|Franklin's Tower ->|
|I Need A Miracle ->|
|Stella Blue ->|
|Throwing Stones ->|
|Not Fade Away|
|Black Muddy River|
-- 2nd Set is seamless
-- Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the tapes
-- Nice space jam following Franklin's Tower
- Cassette Master (Tascam 122mkII) -> Apogee MiniMe (24bit/48k) ->
- Charlotte, NC
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Charlotte Coliseum
Subject: No one gives a flying buck
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: Pretty shabby, not bad for an 80s show I guess...
Subject: Some people
listen to Jerry just melt the solos and his gossamer buttress notes behind the vocals in Queen Jane. Utterly majestic.
Subject: It all melts into one
The 89 Fall Tour definitely was rich and deep. This show to me is four stars since it really doesn't leap out at me. I was there and I do remember it being great, still riding the Hampton wave. It's a shame that the Blow Away doesn't work here - it's bloated and Brent forgets half the words. But check out the earlier ones on tour, like 10/19 at the Byrne - beautiful!!! The dude meant it - it will all blow away. Too bad that Brent had more songs about sadness and loss than survival and redemption. But artistically, the full blown Blow Away was one of his peaks. Oh yeah, he meant it. Birdsong here is sweet of course but not especially intense. All in all, it's a well played show with nice song selection and the type of top qualifty sound Charlie Miller is known for. Thank you, Mr. Charlie!! And while I began this post by shying away from comparing eras, I have to say that personally I greatly prefer '89-91 to '84-86 because Garcia was healthy of body again. The man could always stroke the strings no matter what his condition, but to hear his voice full bodied and strong remains tremendously uplifting for me. We all live through our low moments and bottoming out experiences along the way and lifting off again with Jerry post-coma was pretty sweet. Like I said, Brent couldn't come up with a vibe like "I Will Survive" that somehow got Jerry over the top. I love them both and learn from them everyday!
Subject: You're missing the poinnt entirely, teabag69...
But this WAS the new and invigorated Dead... Jerry having fun with his Midi...Bobby being...Well, "Bobby" This was an entirely new creation of the GD ! It didn't last long - by '92 things had gone back to shit... But, for a glorious 2 and half years we had "our Dead" back.
Anyone would be foolish to dismiss the tapes from Oct. '89 thru Spring of '92... There's some mighty fine playing there...
Subject: Decent night but keep it in perspective...
Can the reviewers start qualifying whether or not they have seen shows? And if so when? It's pretty hard to take someone seriously who never saw the band or was a Touch head and never saw them pre-coma or pre-In the Dark.
Subject: An off night? Maybe in a relative sense.....
Subject: Dark Franklin's
- Charlie Miller
No kidding. Indications of darkness to come during those Miami shows. Great show.
Subject: Very nice second set
but i posted this review to highlight the
this 15 min version just SOARS
89 was a great year for this song and this one exceeds most if not all of them!
This one is beyond whether they were tired or in bad moods ....The music is playing the band....
also... Jerry played the "Wolf" guitar this whole tour.He Played that guitar in late'73 ,during the 1974 "Wall of Sound" shows and late '77 to early'79(including the Egypt '78 shows).Was it just coincidence this was his axe of choice during the fall '89 tour with all the revivals of old favorite tunes ? I thought it was cool ,and sounds cool too.....